Cadmus has won a 3.5-year, $5.9 million contract to support the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Policy and Regulatory Reform for Resilience Activity.
The contract was awarded under the OASIS indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity vehicle. It expands Cadmus’ international disaster management and climate resilience work with USAID.
“The work authorized under the PROSE contract is critical to the advancement of climate adaptation and disaster management policy in the Caribbean,” said Cadmus President and CEO Ian Kline. “We are honored to work with regional leaders and local stakeholders to support USAID’s objectives in this vital mission.”
This work will focus on integrating comprehensive disaster management and climate adaptation approaches into national government agencies in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean regions. Cadmus is partnering with the University of the West Indies and Adapt LLC to help these regions strengthen legal frameworks for regional, national and sectoral resilience.
“Cadmus is very proud to work with Caribbean national governments as they demonstrate the impact of creating equitable and sustainable global communities,” Kline said.
Under the contract, Cadmus and its partners will also support national and regional entities in critical economic sectors to develop climate adaptation and disaster risk management policy, regulations and plans.